A New Way To Address Sleep Problems in Hotels
Sound sleep is widely recognized as one of the foundations of a healthy life. Yet more than 30% of people worldwide suffer from sleeping problems. Travel only increases these problems, because of different surroundings, different food and different time zones. Hotels strive to offer their guests the maximum sleep comfort, but a good night’s rest remains a rare commodity. The Quietroom Sleep Program is a new, science-based, approach to help hotels provide their clients with an improved sleep experience.
The Quietroom Sleep Program has been developed by the Quietroom Foundation and is based on the latest scientific insights on sleep. It is the result of a close cooperation with the Knowledge Centre Sound Insulation (KGI) and Somnio, an institute specializing in sleep therapy and insomnia treatment.
Scientific investigation has shown that a good night’s sleep improves mood, clear thinking, memory, concentration and overall health; things which benefit both professional travellers and tourists. It has also demonstrated that all the five senses are involved when it comes to sleeping. The Five Senses Sleep Program provides hotels with practical instruments and professional advice on aspects such as Design & Lighting, Sound Insulation, Aromas, Healthy Food and Bedding. The combination of these in a complete package enables hotels to offer their clients an enhanced sleep experience and a more enjoyable stay.
In terms of what a hotel room should provide, this means a well-insulated room, pleasant décor and lighting, adjustable temperature, a comfortable bed with a choice of mattress and pillows and a choice of aromas and music. Additional services may encompass things like healthy food, exercise programs, yoga and massage.
The Quietroom Sleep Program provides hotels with the full gambit of instruments: sound insulation based on the Quietroom® label certification, décor & lighting advice, custom scent design and delivery, mattress (topper) & pillow menus and exercise & relax programs. The Quietroom Foundation’s 1-day Sleep Comfort Seminar enables hotels to increase their knowledge of the latest insights and products relating to sleep and thereby offer a better service.
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